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Training and skills development in the South African audio visual industry. by Natalie Delport. NSA. SAQA. ABET. NQF. SGB. OBET. NLRD. ETQA. SETA. DoL. NSF. DoE. SDF. ETD. Legislation: The 3 Acts . Skills Development. NSF. Public & Private Providers Employer Providers.

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NSA

SAQA

ABET

NQF

SGB

OBET

NLRD

ETQA

SETA

DoL

NSF

DoE

SDF

ETD

skills development
Skills Development

NSF

Public & Private Providers

Employer Providers

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South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)

The body responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of the National Qualifications Framework

(established in terms of the SAQA

Act no. 58 of 1995)

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SAQA

To oversee the development of the NQF, by formulating and publishing policies and criteria for the registration of bodies responsible for establishing education and training standards or qualifications and for the accreditation of bodies responsible for monitoring and auditing achievements in terms of such standards and qualifications.

standards generation function
Standards Generation Function

NQF

NLRD

Qualifications

Unit Standards

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Outcomes Based Education (OBE)

According to the National Department of Education’s

Policy Document (1997), outcomes-based education (OBE) should be driven by the outcome displayed by the learner at the end of the educational experience

principles of obe
Principles of OBE
  • Self-paced learning
  • Flexibility
  • Facilitation
  • Critical thinking, reasoning, reflection, action
  • Learner responsibility
  • Recognition
  • Equity
  • Learner centered
  • Learning in real-life situations
  • Continuous integrated assessments
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National Qualifications Framework (NQF)

The NQF is a structure that organises and classifies qualifications and competencies in South Africa.

It consists of registered unit standards and qualifications at eight levels of learning...

nqf system
NQF System

12

Standards and Qualifications

Standards

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Skills Development Levy (SDL)

Skills Development Levy. This is a levy (of 1%) payable and collected by the South African Revenue Services (SARS) by employers who pay more than a certain figure of salaries per year.

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Skills Development Levy (SDL)

Whether you pay R50 or R5 000 per month for Skills Development Levy, you are entitled to get back a portion of the money you have paid in the form of Levy Grants. A simplified form has been developed to make grants more accessible to all companies.

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Skills Development Levy (SDL)

Mandatory Grants = 50 %

(through WSP submission)

Discretionary Grant = TBC

(Special Calls via SETA’s)

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Workplace Skills Plan(WSP)

The company training plan approved by the relevant SETA…

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Workplace Skills Plan(WSP)

Companies with 50 or more employees(temporary and permanent employees), will complete the Workplace Skills Plan and Annual Training Report annually -

SETA provides templates.

quality assurance systems

International System

National Systems

Moderation

SME Assessors

DOL

DOE

SETA

SGB

Management

SAQA and ETQAs

ISO & IIP

Quality Assurance Systems

Quality Assurance Systems
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QUALIFICATION

OUTCOMES

UNIT STANDARDS

COMPETENCE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

EVIDENCE

PORTFOLIO

EMBEDDED KNOWLEDGE

MODERATE

CRITICAL OUTCOMES

VERIFY

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The Assessment Process

Moderated and Verified

Delegate asks to be assessed

Certification by SETA

Assessment of POE & Feedback to/from Learner

Assessment

is planned

Knowledge (written/oral)

&

Practical (workplace)

Assessment takes place - in the workplace

what is an assessment
What is an Assessment?

Assessment is a process ofidentifying, gathering and interpretinginformation about a learner’s achievement, as measured against nationally agreed outcomes for a particular phase of learning

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What is an Assessment?

FOUR STEPS IN ASSESSMENT

  • Generating and collecting evidence of achievement
  • Evaluating this evidence against the outcomes
  • Recording the findings of this evaluation
  • Using this information to assist the learner’s development and improve the process of learning
competence model for assessments
Competence Model for Assessments

KNOWLEDGE

Cognitive

Foundational

Head

Read

Mind

SKILL

Psychomotor

Practical

Hand

Do

Body

ATTITUDE

Affective

Reflective

Heart

Think

Soul

quality assurance function
Quality Assurance Function

Quality of Learning

assessment support system

Moderators

Assessment Support System

ETQA

Verifiers

Assessors and

Assessment Designers

Evidence Collection Facilitators

appeals procedure
Appeals Procedure

Assessment

Dissatisfied candidate

Appeal to provider

Moderation

Dissatisfied candidate

Verification

Appeal to ETQA

Appeal to SAQA

Dissatisfied candidate

types of assessment
Types of Assessment

SUMMATIVE

  • At end of learning programme
  • Determines overall competence
  • Assessment against unit standards
  • To obtain credits

FORMATIVE

  • Active support during learning process
  • Identify learner strengths and weaknesses
  • Provide feedback on progress
  • Developmental
  • Prepares for summative assessment
critical cross field outcomes
Critical Cross-Field Outcomes
  • Identify a problem and know how to solve it.
  • Display interpersonal skills. How does the learner relate with others?
  • Ability to plan his/her own activities. Is he/she organised or disorganised?
  • Collect, analyse and evaluate information.
  • Communicate verbally or in writing. Does the learner write down information like figures correctly?
  • Display responsibility and conscientiousness when working with tools. Care for the environment and others. Care for the safety of others.
  • Display awareness of the world as a set of interrelated systems.
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Assessment Documentation

  • Application for Assessment
  • (based on U/std or Qual ID)
  • Moderator Report
  • SETA Moderator Report

Moderated and Verified

Delegate asks to be assessed

  • Assessment Planning
  • Confirm Assessment (to all parties)
  • Statement of Results (SOR) from SETA
  • Add to NLRD

Certification by SETA

Assessment of POE & Feedback to/from Learner

  • Assessment Instruments
  • Checklists

Assessment

is planned

  • Assessor judgement (C or NYC)
  • Assessor Feedback
  • Learner Feedback
  • Assessor Review
  • Send to Moderator
  • Submit to SETA

Knowledge (written/oral)

&

Practical (workplace)

Assessment takes place - in the workplace

questions
Questions?
  • Facilitator: Natalie Delport / Jeniffer Maako
  • Cell: 082 906 0224 / 072 423 7999
  • Fax: 086 572 6224
  • E-mail: natalie@portaltolearning.co.za

jeniffer@portaltolearning.co.za

www.portaltolearning.co.za

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SHORT COURSES:

What is a Short Course?

  • A short course is a type of short learning programme through which a learner may or may not be awarded credits, depending on the purpose of the programme.
  • A Credit-bearing short course is a type of short learning programme for which credits, in relation to the course's contribution to a particular programme, unit standard and/or (part) qualification, is are awarded. (Paraphrased from CHE, 2001:44). A credit-bearing short course contains less than 120 credits.
  • A Non-credit-bearing short course is a type of short learning programme for which no credits are awarded in relation to unit standards or (part) qualifications depending on the purpose and/or assessment of the programme.
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REGISTRATION OF NEW STANDARDS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

What is the difference between a qualification and a learning programme, and can a programme be registered on the National Qualifications Framework?

  • The essential difference between a qualification and a learning programme is that a qualification is a learning outcome, and a learning programme the process one embarks upon in fulfilment of that outcome.
  • A qualification means the formal recognition of the achievement of learning. A learning programme on the other hand is the process which one embarks upon in order to fulfil that achievement.
  • A qualification is characterized by learning outcomes - critical cross-field and specific outcomes - which provide the learner with opportunities for further (lifelong) learning. Subject to SAQA approval, a qualification can be registered on the National Qualifications Framework. Once thus registered, the qualification becomes "public domain property". A learning programme is a provider-specific course or programme offered to learners against a particular qualification, and is subject to quality assurance by an accredited ETQA. Learning programmes, then, cannot be registered on the National Qualifications Framework.